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ABC Grammar School, as it was christened at its inception, was established in 1982 as the very first English-medium school in this region. Over the last 40 years, it has grown into a renowned name in the field of education, and is now fondly referred to by parents, teachers, and alumni as "ABC."
ABC's expansive and lush-green campus environment, spread over 5 acres of land, allows students to flourish in an ambience that symbolises abundance, growth, and constant learning.

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Alumni Meet | February 26, 2023
40th Annual Day Celebrations | February 26, 2023
SP Balasubramanyam Music Academy 12th Annual day Celebrations | February 25, 2023


Hello! I'm Manadeep Konakandla, a 2006 ABC graduate. I did my entire schooling right from lower kindergarten till 10th standard at ABC, which was then called ABC Grammar School. One interesting thing is that we have four siblings and all of us did our entire schooling at ABC. I'm glad I studied here. It not only taught me excellent academics, but also helped me develop skills in extracurricular activities such as debates, public speeches, games, and several other things. All of this clearly reflected at several places in my career. I'm currently working with Amazon as a senior security engineer for the past five years here at Washington, Seattle.

Manadeep Konakandla


Hello everyone, I am Dr. Sitaramaya Chittiprol, currently working as a pathology lab director at Memorial Healthcare System, Hollywood, Florida, USA. The school was originally started in Telugu medium with very few students with no adequate facilities including no proper roof even to protect from the rain. It amazed me how Ananth sir -- we used to call him Pedda Mastaru -- who developed the school from nowhere to one of the finest CBSE schools in Palnadu area. He always inspired students and motivated parents to help their children work towards their goals. I will always be thankful to my school and teachers.

Dr. Sitha Ramaya


Let me start congratulating our ABC school on completing four successful decades. I am Srilatha. I have earned Master's degree in law. My connection with ABC goes many years back. My brothers was the first batch to graduate since the education institution started. Ours was the first English medium batch. And the coincidence is my daughters is the first CBSE 10th graduating batch. I want to use this opportunity to thank everyone who are working for ABC. The people here are very cooperative and support for kids' growth. The only institution which offers quality education along with required infrastructure and transportation is ABC. Despite the passage of time, ABC never stops keeping up with trends and never stops surprising with fresh concepts.

A. Srilatha


Hello! I am Anil Kumar Kakumanu. I work as a software engineering tech lead for Asurion, a mobility insurance company located in Sterling, Virginia, United States. I was part of the batch that graduated from our school back in 2000. I studied all the way from kindergarten until 10th grade. Coincidentally, I was part of the batch, first batch, I would say, that graduated from the school with English as the medium of instruction. I would like to congratulate our Director sir, Sri Ananth Iyengar Garu, for achieving this unparalleled feat of running an institution for 40 years and celebrating its 40th anniversary today. Sir, we really are what we are today because of the discipline you have inculcated in us and the perseverance with which you have taught us English, especially all those early morning English grammar lessons. Those things still kind of keep me apart from most people around me. Grammar is the first thing I care about, involuntarily though, when I utter a sentence. I still remember your lines of advice to all of us to think in English and then speak in English. That was really instrumental in changing our perspective of how we learned speaking in English, being non-native speakers of the language.

Anil Kumar Kakumanu